Ethical Behavior – Boundaries Of Influence
Addler, C.P.M., David D.
David D. Addler, C.P.M., Director of Operations, Sybase Inc., 925.236.6719, firstname.lastname@example.org
Judy Baranowski, Corporate Vice President, Supply Chain Quality, Motorola, Inc., 224.715.4790, email@example.com
Leah Kalin, Director, Supply Chain Operations, Breg, Inc., An Orthofix Company, 760.599.5785, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lallatin, C.P.M., Carla S.
Carla S. Lallatin, C.P.M., President, Lallatin & Associates, 718.271.7323, email@example.com
Smiley, C.P.M., Steve
Steve Smiley, C.P.M., Vice President, Strategic Supply, White Cap Construction Supply, 949.794.2795, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sturzl, C.P.M., Scott R.
Scott R. Sturzl, C.P.M., Vice President, Institute for Supply Management, 480-752-6276, extension 3105, email@example.com
Gwen Turner, Manager, PGS, Pfizer, Inc., 212.573.2656, firstname.lastname@example.org
92nd Annual International Conference Proceedings - 2007 - Las Vegas, NV
How aware are you of what influences the decisions you make everyday? This session is designed to help you build an awareness of influence — both positive and negative — across the spectrum of all that you do. The ISM Ethical Standards Commitee provides examples of ways to manage influence in terms of ethical behavior. Key areas of discussion include: What is influence?; Sources of influence; Examples of how people get influenced; How do you manage influence?